Oral B Pro 2000 CrossAction review
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The Oral-B Pro 2000 electric toothbrush is not too pricey and combines a rotating and pulsating action to dislodge and sweep away plaque. We've tested this electric toothbrush to see whether it removes as much plaque as other affordable models. Read our review to see whether it's a Best Buy.
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